President Yoweri Museveni is one of the longest serving Presidents not only in Uganda but also in Africa and the entire world. That is because he has been doing a great work in developing the country and making it a better place than when he got it. With that kind of good heart and vision for the country, the people of Uganda have been showing their confidence in him through the ballot in general elections.
In the last general election, President Yoweri Museveni was given some sleepless nights by Robert Kyagulanyi famously known as Bobi Wine. The musician has been fighting Museveni in the country for a period of time now and as we are speaking, there is a looming danger to President Museveni after Bobi Wine was joined by Bebe Cool's son to fight him.
As reported by Spark TV, Bebe Cool's son came up with a song known as 'we are tired' which was directed at President Museveni and his government. That is a big blow to the Head of State who has been receiving support from Bebe Cool. So if the son of Bebe starts hitting at him, then he should be worried about the future.
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